anonymous
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how do I find x if only one side is given on a right triangle?
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anonymous
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deliver the question
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plsssss..........
anonymous
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find the value of x write answer in simplest radical form

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anonymous
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sorry, but what is sin?
anonymous
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okay, that makes the problem a little easier but i'm very new to all this so how exactly would I use the pythagorean theorem if i'm missing both sides ?
anonymous
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45
anonymous
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they are gonna be equal as well?
anonymous
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3 ?
anonymous
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18
anonymous
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would you do square 18 to find x?
anonymous
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I got 4.24
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thanks you so much that makes sense now!
anonymous
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how would you do it if the variable was 7 instead of 3

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